On a cool day with winds blowing out, Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter decided to give his most trusted relievers their first work of spring training.
Zinno asked Zack about the competition for the fifth starter role in the rotation as well as the orioles’ chances of repeating last year’s success.
Same cast, different attitude.
The Baltimore Orioles long ago stopped living in the past, which goes a long way toward explaining why they’re still in the midst of a pennant race after 14 straight losing seasons.
Zach has 4 wins in his last 4 starts with an ERA under 1. Zach discussed what its like to pitch in a pennant race and also what its like to pitch for the Baltimore Orioles.
Zach Britton had his best start of the season when the Baltimore Orioles needed it the most.
Orioles pitcher Zach Britton joined the Scott Garceau show to discuss his return to the Majors. Zach talked about trying to come back from his injury and discussed his first two starts in the majors this year
Jim Johnson somehow saved the Baltimore Orioles from what could have been a discouraging loss. The All-Star closer yielded one run in Cleveland’s three-run ninth inning before striking out Asdrubal Cabrera with two Indians on base to close out a 4-3 win Sunday.
J.J. Hardy is one of the players Baltimore manager Buck Showalter knows he can lean on when things get tough. The Orioles are having a pretty hard time lately, and for one of the few times in Hardy’s season and a half in Baltimore, the steady shortstop faltered in a big moment.
he Minnesota Twins are mostly out of postseason contention. Ben Revere and Denard Span can still put on quite the skills competition.
Orioles pitching coach Rick Adair joined The Norris & Davis Show to talk about the Orioles rotation and the progress of some guys working through the system.
Rick Peterson joined the show to talk about the pitching in the Orioles minor league system & more.